GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this 1975 MG B for sale. This MG B offered here has 1798 cc four-cylinder mated to a four-speed manual transmission that is all-synchromesh. The direct rack and pinion steering gives great handling and is ready to tour around anywhere you want to bring it.
The Bracken colored paint shows some imperfections but overall is still in very good condition.
Bracken is a burnt orange/tan color that looks especially great paired with a black interior. This great pairing can be seen on the MG offered here. Both the interior and exterior are in good condition and are ready to keep turning heads for years to come. In the unfortunate event of rain, the black soft top can be raised at a moment's notice to protect occupants from the elements.
Experiencing an MG B will immediately get you hooked. The MG B is cheap, easy to maintain, and most importantly one of the most fun cars on the road. You will never want to stop driving your convertible after you get the first taste of the wind rushing through your hair. Please call or email today with any questions or for additional information.
Production of the MG B began in October 1962 just after the production of the MGA had ceased. Though often referred to as a roadster, the MG B had roll-up windows, outside door handles and vent wings. A Mark II version was added in 1967, and the car stayed in production until 1980, becoming one of the most successful British sports cars of all time, with a total of over 300,000 cars being exported to the U.S. alone. 1975 marked the 50th anniversary for MG. Don't miss out on this opportunity to own this Anniversary Edition!